A Fuse Associate from Teesside University is undertaking a programme of work to improve understanding of persistent pain and to research the effectiveness of new treatments.
This is a part-time fixed term post (0.2 FTE for 12 months) to work on an applied research project exploring children and young people's consumption of energy drinks, led by Fuse academic staff from the Centre for Public Policy and Health at Durham University in collaboration with Teesside University.
Knowledge Exchange in Public Health Conference
Holland to host second international Knowledge Exchange event
First international Knowledge Exchange conference in the UK